The Hart football team is making its first appearance in a CIF State bowl game and KHTS has you covered.
The CIF South Division II bowl game between Hart and Chaminade, brought to you by Action Family Counseling, will be streaming live on the hometownstation.com website. You can also follow all the game-time action on the high school football phone app.
Hart is the CIF Southern Section Northern Division champion. Chaminade is the Western Division champion. Both teams are playing for a chance to face a team from Northern California in the CIF State Division II bowl game. 
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The game is Saturday night at College of the Canyons. Kickoff is at 7:30.
Santa Clarita High School Sports
In high school basketball, the Hart boys beat Cleveland of Reseda, 80-50, in pool play at the Crescenta Valley tournament.
Myles Franklin scored 17 points for Hart. The Indians improved to 4-1.
The Valencia girls basketball team lost to state powerhouse Sierra Canyon, 49-25, in the championship game of the Valencia High Five Classic tournament.
Kennedy Burke from Sierra Canyon earned tournament MVP.
Sandra Ikeora scored six points and had eight rebounds for Valencia in the game against Sierra Canyon. Ikeora and Sabrina Thompson were selected to the all-tournament team.
The Canyon girls basketball team beat Notre Dame, 54-28, in the Magnolia Park Optimist Club Tournament. Delaney McCann scored 16 points and led three Canyon girls in double figures.
The Hart girls lost to Mark Keppel, 68-38, in the Magnolia Park Optimist Club Tournament. Breze Kimble scored 14 points for Hart.
The Saugus girls lost to Campbell Hall, 48-41, in the Milken Tournament.
In high school soccer, the Saugus girls lost to Westlake, 3-0.
Los Angeles Sports Report
In the NBA, the Lakers lost to the visiting Phoenix Suns, 114-108. The Lakers are 0-2 since Kobe Bryant returned to the lineup. They are off to Oklahoma City for a game against the Thunder on Friday night.
In the NHL, the Kings shut out the Montreal Canadiens, 6-0, and won their fourth game in a row.
Rookie goaltender Martin Jones made 30 saves and recorded his second shutout in as many games.
Six different Kings scored. Justin Williams scored his 11th goal of the season and Anze Kopitar scored his eighth. The Kings scored four goals in the second period.
Next up for the Kings are the Maple Leafs in Toronto tonight. Listen to the game on AM 1220, KHTS. The puck drops at 4:30.
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